the members of the gulf club were very friendly fun and enjoyable to be around. i worked more at the security checkpoint and while working there i enjoyed it. i met new people and plus gained some experience workin as security for Andy Frain Services.
Amazing enviroment great place to work at great people to work with as well! The type of typical day I have on the job would be just a normal day strolling around the mall making sure all the shoppers and customers are safe and happy shopping at the pembroke lakes mall. One of the things I've learned with this job is just to always be ready for anything or any anybody coming your way in good times and bad.The best part of my job is i don't have to stress, all i have to do is be alert and know deep down that my co workers are by my side.
Special event security guards may be stationed at various posts throughout a special event venue. Some sit at a security desk and check attendees' tickets or credentials. They may also search bags or other belongings that are brought into the venue for contraband. In some cases, they may monitor electronic surveillance equipment to ensure that no one is violating the law or rules of the venue. Other special event security guards patrol the grounds of the venue. They observe attendees, and may detain anyone who is in violation of the law or venue rules. Special event security guards must also perform crowd control, and may be required to supervise parking or direct traffic after the event is over.
Former Security Supervisor (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – January 11, 2016
Andy Frain is an average Security company but there is no room for advancement. If you have no security experience don't work for them. Another thing if you have a problem the Director nor does his boss seem to care about nothing you say.
Florence Mall Public Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Aurora, FL – January 3, 2016
Management personnel at the Florence Mall, Florence Kentucky are the worst of any security company I've worked for (Allied-Barton & Wackenhut/G4S). I also spent 30 years in the military (only stated to let you know I've been around the block). They discriminated against me. I will not go though the details, but I suggest you take a job offered by them so you can learn how NOT to treat your employees.
Great learning experience for a younger person, so they can learn early in their career what bad management is all about.
I would arrive at work clock, greet my co-workers, gather my radio and paper work. I would then go to my post usually in the control room. Then receive information from the night or the day before. I would then get settled and review the security cameras to ensure they were in working order, I would also review incident or work order reports. Throughout me day I would electronically open and close doors for authorized personnel. Print out upcoming event plans and work orders for our security company. As the day progressed I would enter any work orders into the computer about broken items in the stadium.
We would get a discounted lunch Mon-Fri. They would work with your schedule as much as possible.
manager (Current Employee) – Midwest – December 15, 2015
Great company but limited in the operational budget. Growing company. The support of upper management is great, and the company is small enough that you don't feel like a number but a part of the team.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Romeoville, IL – December 6, 2015
A typical work day will see you checking in/out semi-trucks, along with checking employees and customers in/out of the warehouse. It's a very simple job, that mostly involves common sense, and on most days it is very enjoyable work, mostly due to very engaging and enjoyable co-workers to help pass the time.
However, management seems to change the rules on various issues (days off, pay, etc...) every week, and management itself has changed three times over the past year. The hardest part of the job is dealing with management not answering calls for situations where they're needed.
worked for them part time pay was excellent,pleasant attitudes from everyone with this company sad that i left this job unfortunately i moved away from the area and when i moved back a year later no postions were available
Security Officer (Former Employee) – North Carolina – November 17, 2015
There was not enough hours & they had us working on sites with out the proper credintials. If the state had come in to check to see if we had the security license & we did not we would have gotten fined & so would the company.